Data-visualizations are powerful communication tools. Good visualizations can be striking and engaging and they quickly and effectively make your point. If you’re not already comfortable creating visualizations, you might think it’s hard to get started. Maybe you’ve tried software, like Tableau, that offered a multitude of options but found it complex and overwhelming. Fortunately there are simpler options might meet your needs just as effectively. Whether you’re already regularly collecting data or just thinking about how establish a process for your library, this session will introduce easy-to-use, online tools that you can start using today.
Kirstin Krumsee is a Library Consultant at the State Library of Ohio where she assists libraries with government information. Previously she served as reference and electronic resources librarian. Kirstin frequently uses data resources in her current position and often develops data visualizations for the State Library of Ohio.
Who Should Attend
Staff members interested in learning about data-visualization.